Clemson University physicists Ramakrishna Podila and Apparao Rao and students Jingyi Zhu and Anthony Childress have discovered that the nanomaterial boosts five-fold the energy capacity of a supercapacitor without sacrificing strength or durability.
Furman University is one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the U.S., according to The Princeton Review. The New York-based education services company has listed the university among the “Top 50 Green Colleges” in its free downloadable book, “Guide to 361 Green Colleges.”
If you haven’t thought about an electric car before, give it a thought. If you have been interested, but were concerned about the cost, there are a number of used Volts, Leafs, and other plug-in hybrids available at very low prices.
Greenville County has announced the launch of its first community garden program, which aims to create a fresh crop of green thumbs.
Clemson has purchased a rare scientific instrument that researchers will use the to create a more sustainable material to contain deadly nuclear waste. That material could save millions of taxpayer dollars.
Upstate drivers may want to fill up their gasoline tanks sooner rather than later.
Customers can participate in solar energy without installing panels on their rooftop, offering a renewable energy option to homeowners who cannot or choose not to install panels on their own homes
Glen Raven Inc. plans to build a $2 million solar farm at its Sunbrella manufacturing center in Anderson, South Carolina. The 1000-kW project will become the largest solar energy installation in South Carolina owned by a privately held company.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded $595,133 to Clemson University for its South Carolina New and Beginning Farmer Program.
Furman University plans to build the largest solar farm on a college campus in South Carolina.
Duke Energy’s customers in the Carolinas set a summertime record for electricity use as the region’s lingering heat wave drove up energy demand.
Three Furman University professors are conducting research that could increase sustainable land-use and animal production at farms.
County’s supply is abundant, thanks to efficiency and planning, says Greenville Water
Inside the Outside: Environmental issues facing the region by Shelley Robbins
Automobiles are great for transportation, but not for the environment. That’s why the Greenville County Solid Waste Division has promoted and conducted used motor oil recycling since 1993.